Stony Brook OEM


Please help us with our Stanley Safer Schools Campaign:

Stony Brook University has been accepted as one of only thirty colleges and universities competing in the Stanley Security 2015 Together For Safer Schools  grant program.  Starting January 19 and running through February 13, 2015, members of the campus and external community are encouraged to vote for Stony Brook University daily on, text messaging, and Twitter. 


Stony Brook is Serious About Safety.  Help us win the Stanley Security Grant - vote every day in each of the following ways.


TEXT: type stonybu to 334455

TWITTER: #stanleysecurity and #stonybu

No facility, organization, or community, including Stony Brook University, is immune from disaster.

Emergencies can arise at any time and from various natural or manmade causes. The best way to minimize potential loss, and speed up the recovery from events such as hurricanes, snow storms, fires, or terrorist acts, etc. is to plan ahead.

In order to respond effectively to emergency situations, Stony Brook University maintains an Emergency Management Plan and has created an Emergency Operations Center and an Emergency Management Team. The team is trained to evaluate and respond to major emergency situations using the Incident Command System (ICS). ICS ensures effective management of the people, organizations, and resources utilized in response to emergencies.

To Report an Emergency:

If you become aware of a possible emergency situation, please call University Police at 333 from any campus phone, or dial (631) 632-3333 using a cell phone (for campus emergencies).

For More Information:


If you have any questions regarding Emergency Management,
please contact:

Lawrence Zacarese
Assistant Chief of Police
Director, University Police - Office of Emergency Management
Jason Casale
Assistant to the Director
University Police - Office of Emergency Management
Main Office: (631) 632-3046

Download the Emergency Management Brochure (PDF)


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